The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 355, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 3, 1926 Page: 3 of 4
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THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
MRS. ANNA WARN EH JONES
FI ION K l»
•trlktng at my head with hit heavy nP“n «rm The »plHt wat go**
eniclflx and the nuns n.-mti hlng and ou* exhausted by the ttrala
Hawing >o that I wn« put t« it to pro- ! ‘he had been tlil'Jwttll to She was
I ____•. _ _ 1 I i L a m k>tll iet-A • ki.ll _ » U —--
I Mrs Otto Fkljfaltl. Mrs Powti!
land con Kl’win teie visitors «t Mid
j land School Monday .1 ft-moon , .
Mr and Mrs. A.1-tin Tatter and 1 my eve* They were surely three ''We * butterfly spiked on ■ thorn.
Datn c A Lot t*luh. Brunswick
Elitrc Nous: Hostess. Mrs \V
II Martin, Ills south Hoff
Unity Cluh: Hostess, Mrs.
Floyd Wilson. «»2o Smith Miles
Talk-A-Ilit (’lull Hostess. Miss
Helen March. t>19 South Hoff.
7 Si |> lit
lion Temps: Hostess. Mrs It 1-'.
Wallaee, 610 North Choctaw 7' ,'Hl
Pastime Club: Hostess. Mrs It
B. (’artier, 1119 South Macomb
Mrs W. II Gilbert. in* West For
malt, w ill 1 ntertain the members of
the Kongenial Klub. Friday after-
mum. 2 Mi.
1 Mrs. (' L llarrett ami tlauKhter Su
| /atine have reamed from Jefferson,
i Iowa, where they were eulletl hv the
death of Mrs. Barrett’s mother. Mrs
| Sushi; Vos *ni;>n
I Mr. ami Mrs. J W Way of Ash
| land. Kenans. arrived Sunday to vis-
it in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Hullett, 1010 Stmt It Maconih Mr:.
i Was Is a sister of Mrs. Hullett.
Mrs F. F Hulh'tt and sister Mrs.
1 I. \V Why of Ashland, Kansas, mo'
uretl to Oklahoma City, Tuesday ar
' C Itlltt t I ill! llllt' IOI I li n. I . . ....
spent the day with relatives am.
Additional attests were Mr. am! Mrs (1.j(.lM|s
Forrest Nave. Mr ami Mrs. L< > 0
Utilities and Mr. aiid Mrs. Illatlnor Ha .
Hard when Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wdotl . ] > ' ” * n‘‘ls‘*n, V " h"
house. 1200 South Macomb, entertain | hon"'' 7,1 Wu"h Moi k
ed »h" members of the Tttesday Flay j
et's and their hilsbatlds. Tilesdav tve |
nitty. In the gvunr Mrs. C. A Masoi
won the favor for high score for tie
ladles ntid It H. Cobbs high score fo.
I lie inert.
The next meeting will he with Mrs
H L Siler, March 9.
Hilo Bridge Club.
Mrs. J J. Weber, til:’ South Macomb
entertained the Hilo Bridge Club
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. (' A. Join-
and Mrs. Olin Fields were additional
guests. A delicious two course lunch
eon was served by the hostess assist
ed by her daughter, Alice Marie. St
Patricks decorations were used in tin
rooms and in the luncheon appoint
" I picked up front various shops
t Crepe tie i-luli" lllooim • • v >ry
j short ones'- trimnn d with tin\ «Hit’
foil ruffles arc tb • data ittg fail of thr
By liEDDA HOYT
t Written for the United Press 1
NEW YORK. March -tUP*
"Some women w>.ar classy tudcrweai
and others don't dare cross their legs"
smiled a little saleswoman in a Fifth
Avenue shop. This is quite true. Tin
girl with chiffon iiutlerlhings need not
worry about the shortness of Iter lam
for her undergarments match or har-
monize with the shade of her frock
and -lie's proud to how them
Here art1 a few m-w llilRertehint*
flappers. I'sually they match exact-
ly the-color of tin frock A wide fit
told lund may lie u- mI ihout 11j»• waist
instead of elastic and many models
are made Hits wav
Kd Kare Klub.
Mrs. H. P. French was hostess ti
the members of the Kit Kare Klub
Tuesday afternoon. Substitute hand:
were played by Mrs. J. T. Elkins am
Mrs. Ram Roberson, ilicit score fa
vor was won hy Mrs. <*. c. Hut kins
A most delicious luncheon was > arnct;
out in St, Patrick ideas. Miss Doro
thy French assisted her mother in! Rcaniies 01 om picci garments
serving. The next meeting will he in!"* conlining nanr < an- tu vorHoy with
two Weeks will) Mrs. Columbus Hall. ''omen who van, svelte line This
q___ garni'til is a combination of brassiere
Patrons Club. S,nIle' ‘'ritwots and garters.
The. regular monthly meeting of tin ( a black lac- nightgown posed over
Patrons Cluh of the Central School! ncsti-toned chiffon was one tf tin
will lie held Friday afternoon. 2:30 hi s of a reent lingerie show. Holer.,
The following program will he given.) night-gowns were . Iso present with
Croup of Songs Pupils id Miss <i\ ol.»: imui id as-hi.nleto boleros and
< ri'ield’s room. 1 outlined in contrasting colored crepe
.Music Central School Orchestra.
Songs- Kathleen and Virginia lent
Vocal Music Mrs. Robert Ma'lonee
Talk Miss Luella Thorp
Mi. and Mrs. c. c Markin huv>
old their property at 312 South Ma
(Union City. March li
J. Anderson of Faye visited at the
E. Yount home Monday afternoon
Mrs. A. Kelley was the guest of
Mrs. Buckner Tuesday.
Henry (lirard visited at Hie home of
John Lively Monday
Walt tlircli and Jake lluehlefuaiin
tailed reci nttv on Win. llucHteniann.
Mr. and Mrs Ralt>ii Wltitluck and
family enjoyed (lie eveuing radio pro-
Henry Yount ami Wallet Hiudite
maun visited at the home of J J Live-
There has been considerable sick-
nesN in this community and as a re-
sult tile school attendance Is below
William Miller spent Wednesday
evening with Dennison Alexandras.
ifettry Yount was a caller at tin
McLean home Thursday afternoon.
Mr anti Mrs. Heckes and daifkh
ter were recent visitors at the luiine
of Mr. and Mrs. H (lirard.
Miss Alma Mae Kelly spent the at
ternoon Monday with Mrs. Buckner.
Mr. and Mrs. Hccki-a and dnttgl'tet
Mary lane went to Anadarko Friday
for a few day*1 Visit.
Miss Anne Huchtemann was tin
guest of Mrs. Henry (lirard on Satur
Beulah Kathryn Walker returned
Friday afternoon after spending 'lit
week with Miss Mary Heckes.
Mr and Mrs. Henry (lirard nut'
neicp Builali Kathryn Walker, spent
Hie day Sunday with relatives at
(Iracemont. Mist Walkei will remain
lor an ‘•Mended visit.
Maurice (lirard was the dittnei
guest Monday of J. Lively
Henry Girard called at the D Lively
Sever:! from this community at
tended the junior play at Union C1t\
I children. Mr ami Mrs. J D Ihi.ikb
and children spent Sunday with M
and Mrs Jack Tarter.
Midland School and Lovely Valley
played a basketball g tine Friday af-
ternoon in which the Midland Ini.vs
were victorious by the score of 11 to
<*f the bravest people who ever lived,
and hut tor Peter they would tins*
Something of the *ame sensation
uniat have affected my relative, for
he patted the limp hand on his arm
In the spi lling mulch in which the
iwo schools participated. Midland wa--
No improvement is reported in the
condition of Elwood be liny who has
been ill for sonic time.
Several from this district attended
the birthday duller given for Helen
Klndci'liugcti Saturday night and all
report a very enjoyable evening.
Among the callers at lit*' Klwooil
Denny home Sunday were Mr .uid
Mrs. Hopkins and children: Mr and
Mrs. Ktld Todd and children: Mr and
Mrs. Will Slouaker. Mr and Mrs.
George Todd anil sons. Robert and
Georgi Todd called at the home iF
K. Todd Sunday afternoon.
Do not forget the “Early Bird" ai
Midland Friday evening. March
"I wa> twice 1 unfilled ill hospitals,
in the last one nothing hut itrtiel wa-
ter was injected into me 4 times a
day. as .ny stomach would not retain
any food I suffered terribly: was re
dueed to a skeleton My folks sav
ill ad id Mayi's One lliise Will ('on
vinee.' and it lias surely saved 11:v life
I weight iso lbs. now.” It Is a sini
pie. haimb'ss preparation tbt*t re
1111 ves the catarrhal 111111 is from the
intestinal trni and alleys the 'nflam
illation which causes practically 1111
stomach, liver and intestinal ailments,
i«i hiding appendicitis. One dose will
convince o- money refunded. At all
I >1 'iggists.
d- clieiK The color outlining tile ho
leio is repeated at the hem of tin
gown. Where the holi.ro yoke divide:
in front a how of ribbon with long!
. , ' .,( Ilia ill (li- Clime I II'I ell'll' a good
streamer ends Is usotl. Other Hew ■
nighties have s’emler lines wish 1 ir- j 1 *'• 11 ,ll.s
ratal heinflari s yet on below tin
(Midlatld. March It
Mr ahd Mrs. E. H Wagner and
children were gtiests at the Fred Yon
Tungeln home Sunday evening.
A birthday dinner Was given Sun I
day tit Hie home of .1. ('. Bovina .in
honor ol Mis. Lovin's father. M Hro 1
thertnn. Those vvtm enjoyed the eour-1
tesv wete: Mr. and Mrs Then. Lor-:
cii‘en and eliildreii; Mr and Mrs. A. |
M li'ke ai.d eliildreii: Mr. and Mrs.
W F Renter and soil Vernon and
Mi*>- Ada Rei Bowers
We ret:ret to lose Mr. and Mrs. Tiieo
Lovei'zeti from ibis- eommunitv. Pin ■
are moving to the llikhlniid dist.rie*.
Howevet w*> are glad to wehpon." 1 li«
newcomers. Mr. aim Mrs. Condiy.
‘The Early Bird." a comedy In tltrei
acts, will he given ui the Midland
School house on Friday ntg|it. March
A sn ail admission will b charged
knees. Sometimes the circtilat hem
js of (outrast mg color to the gown
comb to Mrs. Tina M. Rhodes and 'and is matched by a deep bodice vokr
have purchased a home at *39 South
Mitddyn. They will move into tlier
new hone this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P Moore. 904 Wed
WooiHol. nill’.oUliee the bit tb of a
*01). Mareli 3. James Peri ■> Jr. 1
the little boy's name.
Martha tiinl Su.-ie lllag-’ are ri'pttr'
ed tin the sick lift.
Printed georgettes are g' lli'l ottsly j
ns,*d tor liureiie and will la popular |
as Spring advances. Among the pop-
ular solid colors are flesh nile gr-en
pi'tieli at. ! yellow.
Pockets adorn he'lt ni-'hU',"vu* and,
: tep-ins and little I 'liitrasting eolmod |
handkeivliiefs me worn in them t•' i
give .1 colorful touch
Ot rrtght hr Arthur D Smttli
>, ' *
ji ^ C g» r. el
•• - ■
ail for 64 Doses
I’ V1 P U.
pi«,v • >. -i! *
. -.C-. ; :v •'
sre soon “nipped in the bud"
without “dosing” by use of—
Qv*r l? Million Jart U$od YmnrTy
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W „ , HIK IIIAMI'M* nn\M» A
?,|t|lr<1 Jt»"f l>riiff(*lAf I t
i lilrlicvdir « iNpmorvlTlrHud,
nil* in Its <i •nil (mill mrtall
I .,v> *. , . I ikith IM »• Kil'!*n
1'ni.f no o(h«*r liny *f Tonr v
|lriiKxl*( A<-k (or I’ll M III *••'1*1 R A
HI \MoMI HU (Ml PI l.l f r V*
ye»f» V nrwn »' Pr^t,Safest. Al*• I
SOLO BY DRL'Orj,STS EVERYWHLfti
What our neighbors
“It takes a heap 0‘livin’ " the kiiully poet sung, "to
make the house you live in, into a real home.” The
wedding bells of June lime—the doctors solemn bow
—the pitter pat of tiny feet are some things one
must know, if one would feel the joy there is in home
life at its best—a place of love and comfort where
the weary go for rest. "It takes a heap o' living,”
a lot of tears and joy to give the home you live in its
claims none may destrov. The man who dwells in
borrowed house and moves from place to place is
missing much that’s best in life-tint nothing will
Talk over with us the matter of a
home of your own—it is less
difficult than many
^in mb vJ1' lm^wi i— —\Mmct—
Phone 608. 2l,() \Y. Woodson.
I’rt.ris Mcdidnc Company,*
^ _ ____ _ _ _ _ _ — Dtttitmonl and Pine btreetst St. Louis. Mo.
CHAPTER J The atorr opens In
\'ik, about the inDldle of the
j Eighteenth century Robert Ormorod,
who telle the t»*> ]$ talkintc to l-'eter
I C^rlaer. chief of fur trader? and rr<a11
0 f enonnoua atrerigth, when Psrby
McGraw, Irish in i,d**(i boy, brings iibv-n
that a pirate ‘Mil in \»ff the Hook
An sen rsi'iHin announ< es he baa
’* r-en ut . *ed i the notorious pirate,
( aplflln flip Rap I he elder c»rnterod
M!;«* Robert * h t- pit at* 1b A i drew Mur
-if ray. hi? (Roberts! aieat-urKlf. tom*
! bmnding the t'lrnts ship, tbs Royai
j James Murtay |r an ardent Jacobite
I CHARTER II Next day Robert and
D^iLy encounter ** one-legged 11«*r
John Oliver, whom Darby »ondU((s to
a tavern. Robert rieete s y ung
woman Doth a Hpanlah fr!gi»te who is
latekliig her father. Colonel <» Donnell
Ho takt-e her to the place aha de»!g-
f IM RlER HI Murray with a force
of sellers Vleitu the ('rmerod house
He announcoa Ms Ini^ritb-n of carrying
off Robert, by force, tfneceaaary prom-
lalng him s future The :«Cher
le pouerleae Reter Uorlatr triRlats
upon accompanying R< bart.
« 11APTKR IV — R« bert and reter are
taken u board a brig Murray, with
Colonel (»T‘onntll and Darby M* Graw,
ar 'i < 1 ell goea as rr#
I Ah'l the hi h sails
Cl! v P l GR V Robert meets a blind
as I lor, I'ew. The f#*ll*tu a blindiM-^s ap-
pareni !> »!»mbl*p him Rttl** but Rob-
• |t Instinctively disllUea and Iturs him.
IARYER VI - 1 ; r- Royal ian.ee
and the Walrus rh»* latter commanded
hy Flint Murra\ a pnrtner In piracy,
appear Murra> r»ffer.«4 P’lint a share
In tbs loot of a Spanish treasure ship
If be w Hi co-operate \s»th blin h'lini
! jrsista Robert l C left with him as s
hostage v hile Murray, In (lie Royal
lames, tabes (be tr^aeuif ship. Clint
to await him at the Rendezvous
CHAPTER VII -O'Don nail. Jscohlts
In th»r* Spanish s* 1 v with his da ugh
ter. rm on the treasure ship ll« has
given Murray parthulats of hn s««ll
jug Robert nnd Peter ag?ee to i«
main with Flint.
CHAPTER VI11.-- Resi lilng Skslston
Island iu the West Indies, Flint s mtn
at Murin'* s eugge*<tb»n, begin the erec-
tion of a fort and stockade I be R* , 1
Janies I* made rei.dy for the en< 'in
ter w th the treasun shin Robert ar*d
! peter go aboard the Walrus.
| I'll.M'iKK i.\ -runt i'on lit, >•* 'li*
1 two till'll, hut Peter's ell'iT It OUS
atrvngth I’liahlf" them to ap«* rIt•*>
' ie;«'h th* Rpvul James and hide until
the vrs><*l sails.
nnd Proven Hem-
cdy for Piles is
now packed in
bandy, collapsible j
tubes with detach-
able pile pipe,
which makes the i
i-pp 1 i«• ition of the
ointment n < lean
and easy task of a
in o me tit. Full
| | cPrections end scientific advice for
• ! jiik sufferers (jo with emh tube.
• i Tube.* with p’le pipe, 7oc.: old M' lo
| j tins. 60c. (b t. PAZO OINTMENT
lie 41:.>| the “■;*.(• t(, *, -i■, (»111 *'
.•*<•>1 <)|>• >11 III) .....li will tl seei
l>llinee of siln erlI \
"Sir. ,«lr, "lull i- tliN will • 1 e*' lie
I'l'leil *'( >rtn*. there i* .niiio limit
in your Is" tireaklaE ’ The tnai'l 1'
tl'> dll'ldiler "
'I' .lent 11)1'Ip a r-tlt 1111‘< •I1(cl I Ms
»n11(Y litiuil nmiIi an an fql exiiEsei a
i ti..n e hle|, \*:iv eotiiti nl to one who
' I nfm lunate'" lie Hr.i >v 1 • • 1 "I wish !
i | iniiir) -\mpatliDe «|tli inn, sir.”
.*tl'l I" lap
liutiei t. roil will rnndurt the lad'
• he Janies"
I in- the tirst Hiiie Ml«tre*« tt'Dati
iPaine |!glitet| fair upon mv
. i from your flrif.'Rist; nr. if you prefer,
‘ i n nrl at ami - or money order direct.
| ' Master Ol'liiei'nil '" <he sa*t,eil
“You'd l'P*t i nine quietly, tnlstie
! I snuruieil
i Slie fl'irjli hei lillivls to fend tin*
nnd the fat niotik mid (lie t"u iiiiiis
i u*t tlieiiisel'.py upon us, the monk
Tlie l*tjr f'lit.'tunan "mled stolidly 1 "hh u tru!\ |iMt<*in«l klii<1ne«*
into tie confuetnii, shoved (I’ponnell I “Come n.iue did I not *av the ootii-
ft< ni In* |>Htli, upset the monk mid 1 eily wi» ended' he . hided her. “Ton
pushed the two nun* out of H,e way j ,*r,‘ **' l**fe liere »• in your Spanish
convent. But Hie desk l« tisi puhllo
for our re'elaiions. We will seek
the seclusion of rtie rahin. and there
the t'omplete tale sliall l>e unfolded
for your reassuran>*. with yoqr
fatlier a witness to support It."
She shook her head
"I—I—know not what you mean.”
“To lie sure." he agreed. 'But you
soon shall. F’eter. good friend, prithee
take three steps within the companion
way and there deposit Colonel O'Dnn
nel with decent propriety uy«on ihe
two lltnhs Nature Intended for hi* In
comotion Ah J Excellent! Allow me.
Ben Gunn and the two negro lack-
eys ushered the party to their seats.
Mistress O'Donnell sank Into her* with
a weariness that w«* pathetic. She
was quite regardless of her surround-
ings. Peter took his accustomed place
at the opposite end. and I *at hestde
"Let me gKo you a glass of this
aqua vliae, my la**." mim) hy great
uncle "’Tis efficacious for futlguw
mid die migraine See. I taste It my
self. ’Tis quite all right. You. too.
chevalier? Excellent! Perhaps you
will puss the (task to Master Corlaer
yonder And Master Ormerod yonder
—my nephew Hut I heileie you and
vonr daughter have had previous ac-
quaintance with hint."
O'Donnell muttered something none
too civil, hut the maid bestirred her
sell’, and her eye* examined me again
\ctfh the mingling of horror and «tn
pefactlon which governed her mood
‘How come yon here’" she asked
"You you—ar** yon also a pirate?"
"I am a captive as surely as your-
self." I returned "Aye. more so."
"A captive!" she exclaimed, her in
terest fanned alight. "But surely
My great-unde Interrupted her
"Please. Mistress O’Donnell! (>ur
tale is sufficiently complicated. Let
us not make it more difficult to com
prohend hy lonfusfng It at the begin
ning with side Issues. First, that there
may lie no misunderstanding, ’Ha true
that I am lie who Is known as Captain
She shrunk away from him In a
ten*'" ed ac, ess of terror
"I hii\e already told you that you
Iik'c no cause to four me lie went
on gently, “and to prove that to yon
I will add that I am an outlaw -what
Is called ii pirate, although I detest
the word myself—because I atn a Ja
entitle. I believe, too. I may claim
your father as my friend."
He looked inquiringly at O'Donnell.
The Irishman drained his glass.
"'Tis |rue," lie assented, "This gen-
11cman is one Andrew Murray, wh"
wus out in ihe 'I.*» and "a* afterward
in trouble In New York province on
the score of intrigues with our friends
i and the French. Moira. He hath been
ti good servant to King Jiime*.
"But for why will you ha»e been
tlie dentil of all tile poor folk on the
Sanlissirnu Trinidad?” siie cried."
“'Tis regrettable that Spaniards
hud to die. la'S," answered my great-
mu le lowering his voice lo a proper
depth of emotion. "But I call to your
mind that Spain has not helped the
Good Cause a« she might when there
",is a bonny chance of fetching the
St nuns home.''
"That is God's triilh.” she admitted
with quick passion, "but I arn think-
ing tis not nverlionosi.”
"You talk nonsen'e. Moira," blus-
tered lio father. "Is It riot better that
this treasure should he employed to
re out l.ngloml and all the lands per-
taining to tlie English crown for their
rightful rulers—who will S'*ist in the
restoration of the True Faith—than
It should he fiuiireil into the pockels
of ihe king* favorites at Madrid?
Why, Iji*s. there an* great lords, aye.
a prince of the Church, no less, thn*
:ct the seal of their approval to what
we do The people of Spain will be
thanking us for the use to which we
turned ikeir treasure—and then we'll
pay it hack' lie added with a happy
"Odds, that we will!" Indorsed my ■
grout-unde “What's * million and
:t half pounds t" royal s:p5,jn7 Aye.
nr to an England that waxes grnndlv
prosperous under wise Stuart rule?"
Slip wa* «ileut
His suave manner conveyed subtly
nn iuiplb nlloti of the Imporianc* be
attached to Iter nppt'ov a!
"I Would not illfllcf a dose of Ihe
material philosophy of age upon one
o young and charming my dear," he
w»nt on: "Imt possibly you will for
give me If I indicate to you ihe regret
table dt clinisl at), e thill the Ideal !«
seldom attainable’ In order to secure
Hip means fur re establishing King
James and what your father so quaint
tv terms the True Faith in the British
!«|cs. It hath beell necessary for a
gentleman of qii>'*iionnhle legHl Mat'!*
— myself -associated with others of
vet more dubious antecedent* and
repute, to procure ihe death of divers
Spanish person* who, of Ihetnselves
had ne'er wrought any harm again*!
ns or the cause we served ’Tl* by
precisely such contraventions of pre.
edent and lettered laws that epochal
eiruts are brought about. I trust na
. reasoning Is dear?"
O'Donnell emptied >* gla*« with ao
Impatient growl that masked nn oath
"You are wasting time, Murray
Moira l« » good lass and my daughter,
hut what «he thinks of this venture
1 " u of considerable liupurtance to
m* my gieat uncle proteated I "•*
“You take der little gal, Bob," he
She struggled with all the strength
in her lis*«mip hotly, hut I pinned her
hands and lto*«ed her o'er my ehotll
der ami then her father attacked me.
with the SpanUh captain, whose pa
lienee hid been exhausted hy this
Murray drew his sword and forced
the Spaniard back and I’eier *lutu
O'Donnell o'er hi* shoulder a* easily
tl* I had the maul
"I got him, Jr," he annoiimed (i
Mm ra v
My great-uncle sheathed hi« sword
"Carry him along." lie said “Since
he i* so much concerned a* lo hi.
daughter's fate we will pennli him
to watch It. Afterward. It may he
lie can afford us some additions'
amusement Flap me. a most persist
A line of pirates staggered across
the decks hm k« stooped beneath bur
dei.s of portly cask* and Iron-hound
chests w ire " rapped and padlocked
each 11 dangle with leaden *eals iin
pre-sed with the arm* of the Spanish
king They leered at my "rilliitig
aplive. hut they all looked quickly
1" ay a* my great uncle descended t<>
•1 nn you manage her alone?'' ho
a*ketl me curtly
"I'll manage her or go overboard
with her." I harked,
"The right *pirit, lad! Tut. tut. ml*
Ire**," ii' she wrenched a hand free
and dug at my eye*. “You concern
your*elf for nothing. We have hut
played at a game Observe yotii
"The greater his shame"' she
hisseil "That In* should lia'e suffered
you to lake me alive"’
"Wo lire friends." urged my tela
ti'p, lowering hi* voice. " "l is hut
:i pretense wo make--”
"Friends! All. you are friends to
! I he I’oW rl's of I ' ii.
"lie puticiil a little longer Moira,"
pleaded her father from liN perch on
Pole: * • boulder I II explain ’
she wont "f 11 sudden etiiirely limp
r 1 1 iM into a passion of weeping
"(it pnilre padl'e. to think of volt
,,i"liii|! 'Tis worst of all!”
' r I vitriol I s w ore helple*s|y
I . limbed by way of a carnmadt* on
I., ihe \ 1 In,, rd bulwarks holding M's
tress *t'Donnell with one arm while
; tool a slnind of rigging with the
cue, and oven as | collected myself
0 lump the gap that separated llietwo
.1 |s she twisted free of me and
Mill].! have s|u| overside — to be
oni-hed to death most likely, for the
t",o hulls were continually grinding
together I caught her in the nick
,f : me tolling go my cl til eh Upon ihe
gging. and was near to being dragged
■ i.-wn with her. teetering lock and]
forth n« ninth's* a* a G^'hor blown
by the wind So that what with her
struggle* and my own lo-s of balance.
I g’l iiiol my teeth nnd jumped most
prei .ur.'niis.G. hit or miss, and, ! am
hound to admit, landed upon the
.l.iines' bulwark* rather l*y good for
line than skill.
I dropped to the deck In no veiy
pleasant mood, "An ill recompense
for one that hnth been at pain* to
spare your I'ttltier’s reputation, mis
ties*." I growled, as surly a» any pi-
rate of tlie tie" “You might ha
been lay death.”
She looked at me. too surprised to
an*"'! at otire and before -lie had
Caught Her In the Nick of Time
re, 10 ere lio.se f. my greal urn le and
i peter lolned It'. Peter still plHi'idly
carry tig ' .bonel • • I ionite he h Moui
Muri'.'i' i''1 * s" It* glance of ap
prnis.il around Id' ship
••\Ve have , nine through very credit
,.hly ' lie 1 • InnI hod Martin, lei me
kri"" »* *'’°h as the prize« treasure
Is ali a hoard
He turned to u*
"Ihe curtain '* ready to fall tipmi
our , niued' Will you accept my arm
Mlsires* o Donnell’ \ glass of wine
and a Idle ,,f *nllor« farg "ill ta«te
better than Itohort * car, which voiu
hnngei f>romt>teil vou to nibble Fie
tie. litV ill**
she * and at I1I111 wltti utter horror
yet suffered hlui t<* J*ln<re her hand
fCoutinucd ou puRe four)
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 355, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 3, 1926, newspaper, March 3, 1926; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909778/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.